CBD: 4 Facts You Need To Know

The green wave, Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, is rushing across the country, but the more prominent, beneficial wave of CBD is taking parents and holistic health users by storm for the better! Unfortunately, there’s been an unwarranted stigma around CBD because of miseducation and ambiguous facts. The truth is, CBD is incredibly helpful for children and adults for an array of issues! Here are our four facts to dispel rumors and false knowledge around CBD so you can start making educated choices on using it for yourself and your child. (more…)

10 Ways To Play With Cars & Help Children

Who says playing can’t be educational? Grab your cars and let’s play! Busy parents and speech-language pathologists can utilize a single toy for multiple functions and skills during the day! Sometimes a great, easy way to help your child develop language is to find a toy or book and use it regularly. Today’s topic is cars! I bet everyone has several of them somewhere in your office or at home! (more…)

Strategies for Developing Positive Interactions With Your Child

As we continue to look at ways to develop and support positive interactions with children, we need to fist consider what things our kids need. Naturally, we have talked about some things they don’t need, like lectures, negative feedback and inconsistencies. So, what are ways we can encourage positive behavioral responses?

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Helpful Hobbies For Kids To Learn and Grow Without Breaking The Bank

How do your children spend their downtime? Well-chosen activities can do more than entertain
your kids. Hobbies can provide fun for your youngsters while also helping them to learn and
grow. Here are some great options to consider that won’t break the bank. (more…)

6 Safety Steps To Consider When Setting Up A Yard For Autistic Children

Contributed by Jenny Wise

As a parent, keeping your kids safe is your top priority, especially in your own yard. If you’re a
parent of a child on the autism spectrum, you have some extra concerns to think about. Luckily,
there are some simple ways to keep your backyard safe, fun, and accessible for children on the
spectrum. Follow these steps to keep your whole family safe.

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